Veja grátis o arquivo QUIJANO – Colonialidade do poder enviado para a disciplina de Quijano, Aníbal “’Raza’, ‘etnia’, ‘nación’ en Mariátegui: cuestiones. Mignolo, Enrique Dussel, Aníbal Quijano, Santiago Castro-Gómez, Ramón Grosfoguel, .. Aníbal. Colonialidade do poder, eurocentrismo e América Latina. “Ciências sociais, violência espistêmica e o problema da ‘invenção do outro,’” and Anibal Quijano, “Colonialidade do Poder, eurocentrismo e América Latina,”.

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Rumo a um feminismo descolonial. The postcolonial studies are permeated by distinct and variable axes, but these are presented as a common characteristic of the methodological effort for deconstructing essentialisms, searching to consolidate a critical epistemological reference to dominant modernity conceptions, that are closely colonlalidade to the colonial experience COSTA,p. So it is not a premodern project, as a folk affirmation of the past, nor an anti-modern project of conservative, right-wing groups, Nazi or fascist or populist groups, nor a postmodern project as a denial of Modernity as criticism of every reason to fall into a nihilistic irrationalism.

The distorted rhetoric that naturalizes Eurocentric modernity as a universal and homogeneous process, hiding the constant coloniality reproduction in the Labor Law in Brazil needs to be denounced.

Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: The coloniality of power demonstrates that the colonial, economic, political, social, and epistemic relations did not end with the destruction of colonization, that is: The Argentine author explains: Grosfoguelp.

Thus, each form of labor control was articulated with a specific race.

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It is the instrumentalization of reason by ahibal colonial power, in the first place, that produced distorted knowledge paradigms and failure in liberating promises of modernity. For the authortherefore, legal subordination is the distinguishing feature of the employment relationship, freely agreed by the worker and guaranteed by the employment contract. This problem also emerges colonialjdade the way which the poderr revolution and the Enlightenment itself were conceived: The simultaneous distribution of slavery, servile and free labor in colonial America, articulated with race and gender, created intersectional subjections still present in the Brazilian labor division, that is, the coloniality of the class, race, and gender oppressions conveyed through the locus of human labor remains in Brazil.


However, the authorp. Barassi contributed to the birth of Labor Law through a dogmatic construction of the anobal contract, in which the work force and the worker himself was inseparable, something that goes beyond the simple humanization of the locatio hominiswhich is why he needed a protection in specific legal basis. Moreover, according to Mignolop.

Intersectional subjections in contemporary labor relationship from the Latin America colonial racial-sexual labor division, which combined simultaneously servitude, slavery, and free labor according to race and gender, are undermined by the labor justice prevailing doctrine, which have still celebrates the Eurocentric modern legal paradigm —liberal, in order to extoll the aporia of free and subordinate labor as a transhistoric conquest of Labor Law.

Contemporary inequality and vulnerability structures at work in Brazil, imbricated by gender, race and class, were created in the colonial world, that is, they were not import products.

QUIJANO – Colonialidade do poder

Subsequently, this conception is related to the prevailing doctrinal approach of the protective nucleus of Brazilian Labor Law – free and subordinate labors – which reproduces the theoretical-temporal parallel of contraposition in face of wnibal slave-servile work, derived from the Eurocentric legal paradigm, exalting the employment relationship as the great achievement of modern podet. Consequently, the control of a specific work form could be at the same time a control of a specific group over dominated people.

Identity in policies is relevant not only because identity policy permeates the whole spectrum of social identities, but because the identity control policy resides in the construction of an identity that is posited as natural MIGNOLO,p.


However, Ballestrinp. In this sense, the category race, originated and globalized from Latin America, operates in each of these planes, means and dimensions, material and subjective, within daily social existence and societal scalep.

According to Grosfoguelp. La hybris del punto cero: Il contratto di lavoro nel diritto positivo italiano.

Eurocentrism is here quihano name of a knowledge perspective whose systematic elaboration began in Western Europe before the middle of the XVII century, although some of its roots are undoubtedly older, or even ancient, and that in the following centuries became hegemonic movement through the same flow of bourgeois Europe According to Castro-Gomezp. Thus, all these forms of work in Latin America not only acted concomitantly, but they were also all articulated around the axis of capital and the world market QUIJANO,p.

As Andrade and D’Angelop. Curso de Direito do Trabalho. Brazilian Labor Law, assuming the paradoxical free and subordinate labor as the only protective neutral nucleus, assigns rights only to those who are covered by the employment relationship, remaining unseen intersectional subjections articulated by the work margins derived from a racial-sexual division of colonial labor, which is perpetuated poedr the colonial thinking.

For Mignolop. Artigos Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: Labor as free and subordinate labor is today the most important and frequent legal relationship among all the labor relations formed in capitalist society.